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The Road to Recovery: A new approach to tackling Scotland's drug problem

The Scottish Government Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Scotland 1 May 2008 Policy document prevention, substance use

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This strategy sets out a significant programme of reform to tackle Scotland’s drug problem and
make a contribution to the Government’s overarching purpose, which is to increase sustainable economic growth. Central to the strategy is a new approach to tackling problem drug use based firmly on the concept of recovery. This document also sets forth objectives in reducing demand and supply of drugs.

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